Mission Golf and Country Club

Mission Golf and Country Club

Golfers will find casual and demanding tests on Mission’s courses

Mission has long been revered for its tight fairways, fast greens and drainage second to none in southern B.C.

Whether you’re practising your putting or are just looking forward to a relaxing game on the links, Mission’s two golf courses offer some of the best golfing north of the Fraser River.

Mission Golf and Country Club provides a challenging course with spectacular views for golfers of all skill levels. Lined with beautiful old-growth trees, the Mission Golf and Country Club has both the amenities and feel of a private course, without the costs.

The course’s demanding layout provides a truly challenging golf experience, and its creatively designed nine-holes boasts a unique change of tee decks for your back nine that will force even seasoned veterans to get out all of their clubs.

 

Mission Golf and Country Club is located at 7983 Nelson St. For more information call 604-826-7617

 

For a more casual course, with a lighted driving range with 21 indoor stalls and 10 outdoor stalls, check out Cedar Ridge Golf Course and Driving Range, an 18-hole par three course. Facilities also include a putting green, practice bunker and the Ridge Grill restaurant. Cedar Ridge is the perfect place to spend a warm Saturday afternoon.

 

The course is located at 9500 Clay St.

For more information call 604-814-0414

Sandpiper Golf Resort is a quick weekend getaway for city dwellers and a destination resort for anyone wanting to spend more time along the beautiful waters of the Harrison River.

This tranquil setting is the perfect place to indulge in a game of golf, a delicious meal at the Rivers Edge Restaurant or unwind in a luxury room at Rowena’s Inn.

The 18-hole golf course has gentle slopes and stunning scenes of the water and mountains around. This par 72 course is best known for its 486-yard, par five, 15th hole featuring the legendary Sasquatch footprint.

Rowena’s Inn on the River sits on a 160-acre estate with its own private air strip. Guests can stay in the grand English manor-style house or in a private cottage in the forest. Whichever room you choose, you are sure to enjoy the peaceful and luxurious atmosphere. Come see for yourself.

Sandpiper Golf Resort is located about 30 minutes east of Mission on Morris Valley Road in Harrison Mills.

 

For more information call

1-877-796-1001, or check

www.sandpiperresort.ca

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